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Beveridge

William Henry, 1st Baron Beveridge. 1879--1963, British economist, whose Report on Social Insurance and Allied Services (1942) formed the basis of social-security legislation in Britain
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The First Division trophy was on hand to be presented to the day's captain and vice-captain, Scott Beveridge and Stuart Corbett-Byers.
But with little splitting the two players all day, it was Beveridge who held her nerve.
| Pupils at Carville Primary School in Wallsend receive their award from Emma Beveridge of the Laing Art Gallery
He told Mr Beveridge and his colleague that he had been robbed of his keys, money and mobile phone and said he was not from the area and asked that they get him back to his home area.
did try to my feet long as I " When police attended the store, they found employee Mr Beveridge lying on the floor with blood around his nose, cuts to his face and a bruised ear.
Beveridge will not stand for re-election to the board at the 2019 Annual Meeting of Stockholders.
Beveridge's Pulitzer Prize-winning biography marked his finest and most lasting contribution to American public life.
"I knew I wanted to give back, to serve, to do something," said Beveridge.
Gentle exercise classes for the over 55s in the form of Chair Yoga recommence at the Bishop Beveridge Club on Friday, 7 September at 3.15pm.
Beveridge was convicted by a jury following a trial in July.
Robert Beveridge is the non-commissioned officer in charge of the 910th Communications Squadrons cyber systems operations section.